Worldwide icon-chevron-right Europe icon-chevron-right United Kingdom icon-chevron-right England icon-chevron-right London icon-chevron-right London Blog Network: the best of 2015

Heads up! We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out.

London Blog Network: the best of 2015

Time Out salutes the achievements of the amazing bloggers in our network

By Matilda Egere-Cooper
Advertising

Whether they're foodies, historians, students, chefs, dating gurus or cabbies, our bloggers have done a cracking job in sharing their knowledge of London since we opened up our blog to contributors last summer. To recognise their brilliant work, here's an honours list of their achievements in 2015.

This year's winners and runners-up

Pro Blogger of the Year 2015

An award recognising a blogger who’s written at least two posts on the blog and has contributed great ideas that our readers have loved.

Winner: Flora Tonking 
Runner-up: Lucy McGuire

Advertising

Expert Blogger of the Year 2015

An award to recognise a regular blogger who’s consistently nailed Time Out’s tone with unique posts that have been a smash on the blog. Their posts also include great pics.

Winner: Robert Lordan
Runner-up: Emily Gibson

blogger Samantha Baines
Michael Wharley

Featured Blogger of the Year 2015

An award to recognise a blogger who has produced creative, shareable posts that are always featured in the best posts of the month.

Winner: Samantha Baines

Advertising
Advertising

Most Improved Blogger of the Year 2015

An award to recognise a blogger who’s taken on feedback and whose posts have gone from strength to strength.

Winner: Rosie Llewellyn
Runner-up: Katie Wignall

Fancy getting involved?

London Bloggers Meetup
Rob Greig

Join the Time Out Blog Network

Things to do

If you know London’s culture, history, music, food or art scenes better than anyone else, we could be made for each other. We’re looking for unique new voices to help inspire our ever increasing worldwide audience of over 37 million people.

Recommended

    You may also like

      You may also like

        Advertising